What is it all about? I mean, really? What is it all about? You know, life and death. Does anyone know? Ask the wrong person and there's a good chance you'll hear something like, "Hey, asshole, get out of my face!" Not only isn't he answering your question, but some might think the answere a little rude.
Then there are people who feel that, "if you have your health, you have everything." A wonderful sentiment, but can you really use it to help answere life's tougher questions? I mean, if you have your health you do have a lot, but then again, if you've got a girlfriend that puts out once in a while you've got a lot too. Plus, she can make you feel pretty damn good when you're sick.
There are questions in this area that are so complex and challenging that a few are suspected of causing severe brain damage. (If you've ever spoken to a philosopher for any length of time you'ld know what I'm talking about) Because of this possibility, I will attempt to write a few of these questions down while keeping my mind a complete blank. This should significantly lessen my risk of injury.
"Where have all the flamingos gone?" is a wonderful question, and I'm sure it is one that I could think about at some depth without hurting myself if it wasn't for the fact that it's entirely irrelevant. Similarly, " Why do we have to die?", "Is there an afterlife?", and "Do tropical fish swim backwards?" are all great questions (except for the last one) that need good, solid answeres. But where can we go to get them? Not to the guy who called me an asshole, that's for sure.